Filippa K Swimwear

Filippa K Swimwear

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Katja Mayer – Numéro Magazine

Katja Mayer photographs Arizona Muse for Numéro magazine cover

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Katja Mayer photographs Arizona Muse for Numéro magazine.

Stylist: Samuel Francois
Model: Arizona Muse @ Next

Quadriga

Katja Mayer – Miu Miu Special

Miu Miu Special
Katja Mayer photographs Stacy Martin for Harper’s Bazaar International

Stylist: Carine Roitfeld
Talent: Stacy Martin
Hair: Akki @ArtPartner
Makeup: Fulvia Farolfi @Bryant Bantry

Filippa K Spring 2016

Filippa K

Hannah Elyse Photographed by Katja Mayer for Numéro Magazine

“Extase” photographed by Katja Mayer for Numéro Magazine
Stylist : Samuel Francois
Model : Hannah Elyse
Hair : Maarit Niemela
Make-Up : Satoko Watanabe

Leanne in Milan #2 and #4 – Claudia Klein

Leanne in Milan #2 and Leanne in Milan #4
Claudia Klein
2013
Fuji Crystal Print glossy on Alu Dibond, Floater frame Basel dark brown Ed. of 3 + 1 AP
60 cm x 90 cm

Leanne in Milan #2
Leanne in Milan #4

Sleek Art

Late Nights at the Guggenheim, Summer 2017

Special programs and late nights at the Guggenheim
Summer 2017

In celebration of the summer season, the Guggenheim will be open late until 9pm on Tuesday evenings from June 20 through August 29. Plan a visit during these special extended hours for an expanded museum experience that includes open galleries, a rotunda bar, films, performance, and lively discussions. Included in the price of admission is The Summer of Know, a special series of conversations in the museum café bringing together artists, activists, and thinkers to address pertinent political and social issues.

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 5th Ave
10128 New York, NY
USA

www.guggenheim.org

Marisa Papen

Marisa Papen
www.marisapapen.com

Karolina Pietrzyk – DADA100 Poster

Poster for the third event of the cycle called DADA100 organised by Rozkurz.

“This poster exists only in digital promotion, so I decided to make an animation.”

Karolina Pietrzyk

Loading Posters – Emuni

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Agency Emuni LLP.
Client Rapyard

This is a poster for LOADING, a photo exhibition held in Wakayama, Japan. This is an exhibition where the processes from photo shooting to development were done by a photographer using an iPhone. In order to directly express the project theme as a component of the poster, the poster boldly uses the gray color generated when image is loading on PC or smartphone.

It increases people’s expectations dramatically and was effective in attracting customers as a paper poster, but at the same time, it gave the illusion of watching a display, intentionally hiding the photos and text elements.

Jorge Chamorro – Collage

Jorge Chamorro

Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism

Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017
Imminent Commons
September 1—November 5, 2017

seoulbiennale.org
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Seoul Biennale 2017: Imminent Commons: A Debate: June 28, 6:30—8:30pm
New Lab, Building 128, Navy Yard
63 Flushing Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11205
United States

Press tour: August 31, 11am—1:30pm
Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) and Donuimun Museum Village, Seoul

Opening: September 2, 3—7pm
Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) and Donuimun Museum Village, Seoul

Co-directors: Hyungmin Pai, Alejandro Zaera-Polo
Organization: Seoul Metropolitan Government, Seoul Design Foundation

Imminent Commons
In an age of environmental decay and unprecedented wealth inequality, the cities of the world gather in Seoul to explore the urban parliaments where the politics of resources and technologies is enacted. The Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017 is an experimental platform for an imminent urbanism that goes beyond human-centered function, ownership, and consumption to a commons of resources, technologies, and production. The cities of the world stand at a crossroads. Amidst radical social, economic, and technological transformations, will the city become a driving force of creativity and sustainability or will it be a mechanism of inequality and environmental decay? Cities are not only the drivers of social change but are now modifying ecosystems, geological structures, and even the climate. For the first time in history, the crucial questions of the city—climate change, biodiversity, air pollution, food security, automation, unemployment and inequality—are driven by concerns beyond human control and threaten the very survival of the planet. The principles of modern urbanism—the mass integration of production, employment, and consumption; the separation of work, dwelling, leisure, and transportation; the division between the natural and the artificial— are no longer effective at addressing the urgent questions of today’s cities. The traditional urban elements of buildings, streets, and neighborhoods must be reassessed within the emerging human and non-human urban constituencies.

Nine commons
The inaugural Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism proposes nine essential commons—four ecology commons of air, water, fire earth and six technology commons of making, moving, communicating, sensing, recycling—as a viable path towards a sustainable and just urbanism. Emerging from both ecological and technological concerns, this framework foregrounds an exploration not of distant utopias but of the very near future. In other words, these emerging commons are already changing the way we live in cities. Whether met with fear or hope, they will very soon change the way we live in the city. The Seoul Biennale provides a platform for an international array of participants—politicians, policy makers, experts, and citizens at large—presenting global research and engaging with local conditions.

Live, urban commons Seoul
Seoul is a grand laboratory for the imminent commons. Since its foundation more than 600 hundred years ago, Seoul has been a dynamic site of the commons, where politics and economy intertwined with the design of wind and water. It is a metropolis that maintains the spirit, methods, productivity, and spaces of the commons. In 2012, embarking on new policies of horizontal governance, sustainability, community based design, and economic equality, the Seoul Metropolitan Government proclaimed its vision as a City of Commons. Breaking open the gallery walls, the Seoul Biennale activates an urban constellation of urban sites, and citizen activity towards three live projects: Production City, Urban Foodshed, and Walking the Commons.

Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017 focuses on issues and proposals, not on authors and works. Centered on the themes of Nine Commons, the Seoul Biennale is organized along two major sections: exhibitions installed during the Biennale period and the public programs during the corresponding year. The exhibitions consist of nine Commons, Commoning Cities and Live Projects. Public Programs include International Studios, Film and Video Program, Workshops, Lectures, Common Library and Tour Program which offer a communicative platform for visitors.

Book launch events
A book titled Seoul Biennale 2017: Imminent Commons, which works as a theoretical basis of the whole Biennale, will be published prior to the biennale. Co-organized by urbanNext, affiliated book launch events and think-tank programs will be held in New York and other cities. The event in New York will take place at New Lab, with one of the co-directors Alejandro Zaera-Polo and many of the authors of the book including Mitchell Joachim.

Information & Press contact
info@seoulbiennale.org / T +82 2 2096 0108

Daphne Groeneveld Numéro #183 – Greg Kadel

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Numéro Magazine

Kenny Scharf – Best Buddies, 1993

Kenny Scharf
Best Buddies, 1993
Serigraph

44.00 x 30.00 in
111.8 x 76.2 cm
Edition of 111
Signed by the artist

Herman Miller – Bolster Sofa Group Club Chair

Bolster Sofa Group Club Chair

Inviting, versatile, and thoughtfully scaled, the Bolster Sofa Group delivers the support necessary for upright sitting, as well as the plush comfort desired for lounging postures. Naming the series after bolster cushions—long, supportive, horizontal pillows—BassamFellows used the concept of layers to achieve this balance. Within the seat, multiple types of foam offer exceptional support. On the seat, a long, slim top cushion adds softness. Thick back pillows constructed of foam and fiber allow for a supportive back sit; oversized arm cushions double as comfortable headrests for lying down.

Herman Miller

Spin – 360°

Spin: 360° [Unit 19]
Concept: Tony Brook
Design: Spin

Edition of 2000

Spin: 360º is a portrait of one of London’s leading design studios. It is a 520pp monograph that looks in mouth-watering detail at every aspect of Spin’s work in identity, print, moving image, retail, digital and environmental graphics, as well as the studio’s self-directed activities in publishing, curating and collecting.

But it isn’t just the usual image dump of work. In fact, it’s the studio monograph reborn for the 21st century: honest, revealing and bursting with specially designed and art-directed content. Above all else, it’s a guide to survival, growth, and maintaining creative excellence over 20 years.

As well as interviews and essays by Spin’s two founders – Tony Brook and Patricia Finegan – the book has texts by Paula Scher, Stefan Sagmeister, Ben Bos, Wim Crouwel, Rick Poynor, Steven Heller, Patrick Burgoyne and artist and author Edmund de Waal.

A year in the making, Spin: 360º is Unit Editions’ most ambitious book to date. It’s essential reading for anyone who wants to lift the lid on a successful creative studio.

Specifications

Format: Hardback
Size: 203mm×258mm
Pages: 520
Colour: Four colour litho print+two Pantone colours
Special Features: Cut short dust jacket, Cover foil blocked, 120gsm Munken Lynx
ISBN 978-0-9575114-8-4

Unit Editions

Chiara Lombardi – Photographer

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Chiara Lombardi - Photographer 03

Chiara Lombardi on ello.com

@chiaralombardi

Longchamp X Jeremy Scott – As seen on TV

Longchamp X Jeremy Scott As seen on TV travel bag

Longchamp X Jeremy Scott
“As seen on TV” travel bag

Longchamp

Jork Weismann – Achtung YSL Nude

Jork Weismann - Achtung YSL Nude 01

Jork Weismann - Achtung YSL Nude 02

Jork Weismann - Achtung YSL Nude 03

Jork Weismann - Achtung YSL Nude 04

Jork Weismann – Achtung YSL Nude
Achtung Magazine

Jork Weismann

The Great Discontent Issue 3

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The Great Discontent Issue 3 Cover 03

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The Great Discontent Issue 3

The Great Discontent’s (TGD) third print issue with multiple covers is a celebration of possibility. This ad-free collection features 8 long-form interviews and 3 short features with those who have dared to push the boundaries of what is achievable. Their stories will encourage you to explore your interests and overcome your fears to discover what you’re truly capable of.

Issue Three features: Alison Sudol / Iron & Wine / Tei Shi / Stefan Sagmeister / Lisa Solberg / Eric White / Megan McIsaac / Poketo / Andre Wagner / Clayton Cubitt / Ruthie Lindsey

Details: Released May 2015 / Multiple covers: Alison Sudol, Iron & Wine, Tei Shi / 160 pages, ad-free / 9” x 12” / Offset-printed and perfect bound

The Great Discontent

Emanuele Ferrari – Baby Blue

Emanuele Ferrari - Baby Blue

Emanuele Ferrari

Library Paper, Issue 07 – Romance

Library Paper, Issue 07 — Romance

Library Paper, Issue 07 — Romance

Library Paper is an up-to-date representation of varied design and art practices from around the world giving readers an insight into the artists process.

Issue 07 – Romance includes contributions from Alex Gardner, Ben Clark, Bureau Collective, Braulio Amado, Brian Kanagaki, Catalogue, Charlie Kwei, Coley Brown, Craig Boagey, Dad Jokes, Daily Dialogue, Damien Correll, Dr. Me, Eike König, Ellie Andrews & Stefy Pocket, Hardworking Goodlooking, Hayley Louisa Brown, Ines Cox, Jack Kimberly, Jan Horčík, Kristofferson San Pablo, Louis Reith, Lucas Dillon, More More Now, Nate Walton, Nick Sethi, Noah Venezia, Our Place Studio, Paul Gacon, Paul Phung, Phil Armson, Stefan Marx, Steve Hockett, Simon Whybray, Subject Studio, Teddy Fitzhugh, Teddy Guerrero, Thomas Pregiato, Yimmy Yayo.

Design and concept by Catalogue
Published by Catalogue Library, 2016
60 pages, full color, 8 × 11 inches

Draw Down

Pretty Much

Pretty Much Cover

Pretty Much features black and white portrait photography from Henry Gaudier-Greene, Gracie Hagen, Fox Harvard, Olivia Lazer, Francisco Marin, Nick Nemphos, Michal Pudelka, and Greta Tu.

Published by Draw Down
First edition, 2013
Printed in an edition of 1,000
16 pages, 2-color offset, 11 x 15 in.
ISBN 978-09857337-2-8

Draw Down

Ashley Bickerton – Ornamental Hysteria

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Ashley Bickerton - Ornamental Hysteria Book 13

Ashley Bickerton – Ornamental Hysteria (Signed)
Hardback 2017
140pp
315 x 240 mm (13 x 10 inches)
Foreword by Hugh Allan
Essays by Paul Theroux, Nicola Trezzi, Roddy Bogawa/Ashley Bickerton
Published by Other Criteria

Bali-based artist Ashley Bickerton (born 1959) rose to prominence in the early 1980s as part of New York’s East Village art scene with his vibrant abstract works critiquing consumer culture and the commodification of the art object. Alongside Jeff Koons, Meyer Vaisman and Peter Halley, Bickerton pioneered what was called the “Neo-Geo” movement with his unconventional paintings devoid of Expressionist brushstrokes. Featuring works that span the duration of Bickerton’s career thus far, from the earlier consumerist works up to the recent tropically-colored mixed-media paintings of exotic, erotic fantasies and nightmares, Ashley Bickerton: Ornamental Hysteria draws from works in Damien Hirst’s Murderme collection. This fully illustrated book offers a thorough survey of the artist’s diverse body of work and includes essays by novelist Paul Theroux and art critic Nicola Trezzi, as well as a conversation between Bickerton and the filmmaker Roddy Bogawa.

Ashley Bickerton: Ornamental Apocalyptic at Newport Street Gallery, London
21 April – 20 August 2017

Emanuele Ferrari – Goggles

Emanuele Ferrari

Tom Ford – Orchid Soleil

Tom Ford Orchid Soleil

Tom Ford Orchid Soleil Bottle - Packaging

She is a radiant and sensual force of nature. Discover Orchid Soleil.

Tom Ford

Franklin Mountain House – Hazelbaker Rush

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Franklin Mountain House, El Paso, Texas

American studio Hazelbaker Rush has created a mountainside residence where the lower levels blend into the rocky site, while the bright white upper volume stands out in contrast.

Hazelbaker Rush

Sarah Lucas – Nice Tits, 2011

Sarah Lucas, Nice Tits, 2011
Courtesy Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin.

Trondheim kunstmuseum reopens its main venue next to Nidaros Cathedral on April 22 with an exhibition of works from one of Europe’s most important collections of contemporary art, Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, shown for the first time in Norway at TKM.

Tauba Auerbach / Marvin Gaye Chetwynd / Roberto Cuoghi / Berlinde De Bruyckere / Trisha Donnelly / Francesco Gennari / Zoe Leonard / Sharon Lockhart / Sarah Lucas / David Medalla / Raymond Pettibon / Charles Ray / Wael Shawky / Cindy Sherman / Paul Thek / Rosemarie Trockel / Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

If on a Trondheim’s Night a Traveler…
Works From Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
April 22–December 30, 2017

Curator talk: April 23, with Stefano Collicelli Cagol

Trondheim kunstmuseum
Bispegata 7b / Trenerys gate 9
TKM Bispegata / TKM Gråmølna
7013 Trondheim
Norway

trondheimkunstmuseum.no

Stephan Doitschinoff – Coração Retíssimo, 2012

Stephan Doitschinoff, Coração Retíssimo, 2012 - Acrylic on canvas, 207 x 148 cm

Stephan Doitschinoff, Coração Retíssimo, 2012
Acrylic on canvas, 207 x 148 cm

As Above, So Below
Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics
April 13–August 27, 2017

​Featuring an exciting selection of modern masterworks and landmark contemporary art works by Hilma af Klint, Wassily Kandinsky, Steve McQueen, Bruce Nauman, Sigmar Polke, Cameron—many being shown for the first time in Ireland—and new commissions created specifically for this exhibition by Linder, Stephan Doitschinoff, Eoghan Ryan, Hayden Dunham and others.

IMMA — Irish Museum of Modern Art
Kilmainham
Royal Hospital, Military Road
Dublin
Ireland

www.imma.ie

Zhang Xiaogang – Identity Portrait 6 (Cyclist), 2003

Zhang Xiaogang Identity Portrait 6 (Cyclist), 2003

Zhang Xiaogang
Identity Portrait 6 (Cyclist), 2003
Offset lithograph in colors on Arches paper
23.75 x 21 x 1 in (60.33 x 53.34 x 2.54 cm)
Edition of 99
Signed in pencil on lower right, recto; numbered in pencil on lower left, recto

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